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Kawasaki – Kanagawa

One of the major cities in the Greater Tokyo Area and the Keihin Industrial Area is Kawasaki (Kawasaki-shi), which is located in the Kanagawa Prefecture of Japan. After Yokohama, it is the second most populous city in Kanagawa Prefecture and the eighth most populous city in all of Japan (including the Tokyo Metropolitan Area). With …

Japanese rail travel

In Japan, rail travel is a significant mode of passenger transportation, particularly for high-speed, mass transit between large cities and for commuter transportation in urban regions. Just 0.84% of the movement of goods use it for freight transportation, which is a very small percentage. The privatized network runs extremely punctually, efficiently, and with minimal support. …

Roppongi greatest bars and restaurants – Tokyo, Japan

  The fantastic bars and pubs in Roppongi are a great way to get started before going clubbing. A frequent local habit is to start with one drink in a bar or pub and then head to the club. You won’t be heading to a crowded spot because most of these venues are locals’ hidden …

Saba Sushi

Saba sushi is a popular form of sushi in Japan, with the most popular locations being Kyoto and Osaka. The salted mackerel is served on top of sushi rice that has been combined with vinegar and molded into a rectangle. Seaweed, sesame seeds, or chives are frequently used as garnishes, depending on what’s available or …

THE RITZ – CARLTON HOTEL IN KYOTO, JAPAN

The Ritz-Carlton, Kyoto, named Best Hotel in Japan by Condé Nast Traveler Readers’ Choice Awards, redefines luxury in a city that defies expectations. The hotel, which is located along the banks of the Kamogawa River and boasts panoramic views of the Higashiyama Mountain, features tastefully outfitted accommodations, four dining options, numerous refined and elegant event …

Yakuza

Yakuza, sometimes known as gokud, are members of Japanese-based global organized criminal syndicates. The Japanese police and media refer to them as bryokudan at the behest of the police, but the yakuza refer to themselves as ninky dantai. The English counterpart of yakuza is gangster, which refers to a member of a Mafia-like criminal organization. …

Toukouen Hotel In Yonago, Japan

The hotel is located in a hot spring resort and is regarded as one of the representative works of Japan’s postwar architecture due to the powerful expression of its construction. A Torii gate, or holy border situated at the entrance of a shrine, is one of the structure’s motifs. Six columns support two girders from …

Shima Kanko Hotel In Shima City, Japan

The Ise-Shima region of Mie prefecture may not be on everyone’s radar just yet, but it’s always been a popular domestic vacation destination because to Shinto’s holiest temple, Ise Jingu, and several other sacred places. It has gotten a little more worldwide notice after the G7 summit in Shima Kanko Hotel in 2016. The fact …

Tsukuba Center Building In Japan

The Tsukuba Center Building is a complex facility in Tsukuba City, Ibaraki Prefecture, that includes the “Okura Frontier Hotel Tsukuba,” “Nova Hall,” “Tsukuba Innovation Plaza,” and “AI Mall.” In 1987, the project was completed. The iconic architecture of Tsukuba. When discussing Ibaraki’s architecture, the Tsukuba Center Building, as well as the work by the same …

OSAKA MARRIOTT MIYAKO HOTEL

The Osaka Marriott Miyako Hotel, which opened in March 2014, is located on the upper floors of the Abeno Harukas building, with easy access to Tennoji Station. Guests can enjoy 360-degree views of the city from the panoramic view point on the 58th floor, which also has free WiFi. Private parking is provided on-site for …